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MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
poland? >> nato has looked as this issue since 2008 and the russian attack on georgia. they're stimin georgia and continue to nibble away at georgia they see inelevated ukraine and put russian troops there and fired a lieutenant o of artillery, harass and underthreat from rush gentlem russia. finland, cope hay gen and so our neighbors, their neighbors are concerned and their neighbors are our allies. this to reassure our allies to show united states means what it it means in nato. an attack on nato is an attack on all. >> general, two questions. as you went through the litany of what happened over last several years, have we not been tough enough with russia. are we tough enough today? >> putin is like most other people, he will push until there was resistance. the fact is we had information he was trying to take crimea and we told ukraine they would be better serve if they didn't resist him. don't provoke him. we didn't provided them defensive argumentment they needed. non-u.s. aircraft not no provoke mr. putin. so i think you have to stand firm against him and back him off. it doesn
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
have had to emphasize the strength far, both unilaterally and in nato within recent years. strategyow a deterrent for russian aggression in europe. for about a quarter century, we did not have to do that. now we do. we are putting money behind that. we putting forces behind that. we are putting operational plans behind that. charlie: and that includes the baltic states? sec. carter: absolutely. they are nato states. charlie: do you believe the russians have intent to do something about the baltic states other than make those states feel like they are under their influence? sec. carter: we need to be ready for anything that could happen. charlie: militarily, we are ready for anything that could happen? sec. carter: yes, absolutely. there are plans to respond to aggression. not just traditional aggression of the traditional military sort, what including the kind of what we call hybrid warfare. the little green men phenomenon that you saw in ukraine. charlie: what do you make of hacking by the russians in terms of the american political process? sec. carter: well, i can't add
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
. his language on russia. his language on nato. these are a bunch of policy positions for a person who has not been seriously consistent across the board, he has positions that align with russia, which is odd for a republican. he's allowing democrats to take the national security tough position here. and i think the challenge here is that it's just so obvious, it's months ago he should have said we should have had investigation. the fact that he refuses to do, and i think raises questions substantial questions because, it's so obvious -- >> so look, in the political problem you guys -- >> doesn't say yes to it, people are going to say forever it confirms -- >> to what end? does this go? so i mean -- >> when's he going to start losing republican support on capitol hill? >> clear the air. >> rubio on tillerson? is it something like that that has real impact. you know. >> all right. you guys will be back. we might talk about something else. >>> still ahead, the 2016 election broke a lot of rules, changed the political landscape. how will politicians change the way they work for your v
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
neighboring poland in a direct response to russian actions against nato as well as their incursions into other neighboring countries. russia is calling this a threat to its own security. nearly 4,000 u.s. troops have arrived in poland this week along with u.s. tanks, armored vehicles, artillery all in support of nato's operation atlantic resolve. this is the biggest u.s. military deployment in eastern europe since the end of the cold war. cnn's senior international correspondent atika shoe bert is there on the ground. different reactions are coming from two neighboring eastern european nations. tell us what you're seeing in poland. >> well, it's quite impressive buildup here that crossed over from germany yesterday. the polish prime minister will be welcoming the troops in a ceremony tomorrow. and what we're seeing here is about 4,000 soldiers in all as you point out, those tanks, this is part of the third armored brigade from the fourth infantry division usually based out of fort carson, colorado. there are rotational forces. they will be rotated every nine months. this is all part
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
europe, nato, secondary the middle east. and, by the way, the nominee the head of the cia both said this week that our number one strategic threat is russia. now, china is a competitor, sometimes adversary. russia is our enemy. big difference. david: well, a lot of four star generals are going to be in the cabinet giving device to donald trump. so presumably some of them will say what you just did. thank you very much. >> thank you. david: a crippling ice storm is moving in the midsection. it's already responsible for at least one death as winter storm jupiter continues to push eastward. it's freezing rain. you know how that is on the roads. it causes very dangerous conditions. a lot of public safety concerns. particularly in the kansas city area and of course that's where the nfl has moved its playoff game. it was supposed to be in the early afternoon. now they say it's going to be a night game because they need time to cleanup from the storm. we will be right back. stay tuned. david: ramping up inauguration security. law enforcement agencies are gearing up for the tens of thousands of
movements in the form of the soviet states and the rule of law and democracy as well as nato as a threat to what they believe is russia's sphere of influence. putin halts and counter what it characterizes western encroachment on vital interests. the continuing military build up despite a declining economy, the onslaught against the press and what remains of the russian democratic opposition, the campaign over the internet and the creation of an iron curtain and its interference in western policieies all are one piece. russian's efforts to undermine democracy cannot be ignored or traded away in exchange for the appearance of comity. furthermore, what russia did to the united states in 2016 it already has done and continues to do in europe. this challenge to the progress of democratic values since the end of the cold war must not be tolerated. despite the indifference of some in this matter, our nation needs to know about the assault on our electoral process. this is the bedrock of our government. to manipulate it is a challenge to the nation's security which must be met with universal condem
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
saying that he believes russian president vladimir putin is trying to break nato. he said that he has modest expectations about putin cooperating with the united states. jennifer griffin is live. who is leading the charge against mattis in the house and senate? >> it's interesting, shep. this house vote is turning into more of a nail-biter. they thought it would be easier to get the waiver through the house because republicans control a larger portion of the house. what happened on the eve of the testimony is that the trump transition team cancelled mattis' appearance before the house armed services committee where he will be asked about civilian control of the military. by eliminating that discussion, the house got revenge and it was a narrow vote out of the armed services committee. he only received 34 votes to 28 votes. now the debate is being led by adam smith, a democrat from washington who is on the house armed services committee. he's really -- he says he will vote against mattis because he's upset that the trump transition team did not provide him to speak to congress abou
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
part, both unilaterally and within nato in recent years. i mean we have now a deter ant strategy for rush-- russian aggression in europe. for about a quarter century we didn't have to do that. now we do. we're putting money behind that. we're putting forces behind that. we're putting operational plans behind that. >> rose: and that includes the baltic states. >> definitely, they're nato states. >> rose: do you believe the russians have intent to do something about the baltic states other than to make those states feel like they are under their influence? >> we need to be ready for anything that could happen, first of all. >> rose: militarily we're ready for anything they do in the baltic states. >> we have plans for-- yes, absolutely, to respond to aggression in the baltic states. and not just traditional aggression of the traditional military sort but including the kind of what we call hybrid warfare, the little green men phenomenon that you saw in ukraine. >> rose: right. >> yes. >> rose: what do you make of hacking by the russians in temples of american is political process? >> we
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
lenient with putin. >> heather: mr. tillerson feels that nato is important. and that our european allies have reason to be concerned about russia. >> very much so. european allies are concerned that russia is too aggressive and they rely on united states, and germany and britain to make sure nato is strong. the greatest power differential between the united states and russia nato. we have a great a liiance and putin has nothing like this. one hopes that president trump would build up on nato and with merkel. there is a concern that he will try to make deals with putin on the islamic state and at the expense of europe. >> heather: his cabinets pick publics are certainly taking a strong stance on that. i want to ask you about china and the south china sea and building up islands and a lot of oil reserves under that and so much shipping and commerce goes through that. how does the incomcanning administration handle that. >> it will be a difficult issue with china it pertains to international you law. and china built up its military in the violation of international law and last summe
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
on russia, nato, torture, climate change. there seemed to be a chasm in effect what donald trump said routinely during the source of the campaign and what other officials are saying. the question for americans trying to sort this out, who will be driving the train going forward? will these choices moderate donald trump's position or is it his past positions that will be driving the administration's policies? >> i think we're seeing two different things. number one, we are seeing a leader who does not hire a yes man. he does want the thoughts and processes, when he sat down with general flynn and general mattis and asked about waterboarding and they had a different view, he came out and said you know, i'm glad they said that. he didn't necessarily say he was in charge. >> the question is ultimately what the decision is that he makes, right? >> yes but i think i guess number one, he does not want to be surrounded by yes people. number two, part of shifting from campaign rhetoric to governing is a somewhat of a moderation in listening to things. doesn't mean you're backing off your
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
laws of war. our nato allies are right to be alarmed at a resurgent russia. >> jenna: president-elect trump's nomination to run the pentagon, cia and state department appearing to contradict at times mr. trump himself when it comes to our relationship with russia. general james mattis telling senators in no uncertain terms that our military is not strong enough to confront increasing global threats from russia and china. fellow with the federal policy initiative and a writer, and has reported from all over the world. i'm curious, we played a little bit of sound, smattering of sound, what stands out the most to you from what we have heard this week? >> mostly the contradictions from all three nominees on what america's relationship should be with moscow. when you compare to what donald trump has been saying. donald trump wants to be friends with the russians. he thinks they are potential allies in the war on islamic terrorism and all sorts of other issues. but here you have these three nominees for a very senior position saying they think russia is an adversary, international lawbreake
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 9:00am PST
biggest concern. how about going to a baseball game in cuba while one of our nato allies was being attacked by terrorists? and i'm doing the wave and giving an interview with espn. >> brian: even his farewell address indicated that, he said the problem is that we talk at each other instead of to each other, we stay in our own bubble. i thought he was going to follow up by saying, i have been guilty of that over the last eight years, but instead he is saying you people get it done, i've got to go. >> harris: so somebody who i don't think we'll have the challenges and p.r., whether people love it or not love it, is donald trump, because if you want to know what he's thinking, follow him on twitter. did you see the litany of tweets that have come out from like after dinner hour last night, until the time you are eating your breakfast this morning. i mean you don't have to wonder where his mind is, it is a very different, it's a shift for president obama. >> also if you want to talk about a p.r. battle, donald trump has been called everything from a terrorist to hitler to everything in
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
hours fielding questions nato, day during confirmation n nrings. they broke with mr. trump on nato, the iran nuclear deal, and other major policies. policies.es is on capitol hill with the unexpected split. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. r. trump famously prizes loyalty. but this week some of his nominees have parted ways with him on the wisdom of a border wall, a muslim ban, even on nimate change. now, that split has not necessarily troubled lawmakers. in fact, some are comforted they wanthey want mr. trump to byround himself by those who will challenge his world view. dingither they pay up, including deficist deficiencies, or they have to get out. nd if it breaks up nato, it madks up nato. >> reporter: mr. trump has made no secret for his disdain of nato. >> if we did not have nato hisy, we would need to create. >> reporter: but his pick for br the tary of defense general james mattis broke ranks on thursday and the knew calory deal with iran, which mr. trump wants to undo. >> when america gives her word, we have to live up to it and >> whe ork with our allies. p
Univision
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
vez tiene un talento nato, que su padre le heredÓ. yo creo que es una de las cosas que mÁs esperamos los fanÁticos de juan gabriel, y ojalÁ pueda hacerse realidad dentro de poco. johnny: un segundo, muy bien! addis: ademÁs, interesante que no le aceptÓ la invitación a jesÚs salas, si no a natalia, para que le ayude en la carrera. johnny: muchas gracias. continuamos con mucho mÁs de "despierta amÉrica". alan: estamos en todas las redes sociales. sÍguenos en twitter, facebook, instagram y snapchat. mantente informado y revive tus segmentos favoritos en despiertaamerica.com y nuestra pÁgina de youtube. un cajero automatico, cuando un ladron irrumpio en la cabina, la atrapo por el cuello y la amenazo con un cuchillo para robarle efectivo. el forcejeo se prolongo durante varios segundos, hasta que el hombre huyo. la victima no se quedo d brazos cruzados, corrio tras e hasta y lo obligo a lanzar el dinero en plena calle. una pareja que pasaba por el lugar le brindo ayuda y lograron atrapar al delincuente en china. "aqui estamos y no nos vamos". ese es el lema que aompaqara a una
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
has been showing abject disrespect to nato, for example. christoph: but the german approach will be that we tried to get our arms around him, to pull him in and are defending how he should treat nato, why nato still matters to us. i am more concerned the trump presidency wilill be derailed by foreign n challengers and by -- because he is so combative. politicalo have coalition building in order to act. common thing that normally when people are running for office, they tell you what they want to do, and they get into office, and you think they will try to push their program through, but they will be derailed the cuss so many things happened from the outside which they cannot control. president trump from the beginning will look somehow week or not sure about what is going on. the north koreans will challenge him. iranians will challenge him. russians will challenge him, and andas all the time to react push his programs through. that is a huge risk. i do not wish that for the united states or us because we will feel the consequences as a. i do not wish his presidency will be derailed
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
picks, not quite eye to eye on things like nato and russia. why that is, what it means for national security and this morning president-elect trump's new response on twitter. with just a week left in office, we're going to have a look at president obama's legacy and hear from some of his closest friends and advisers, including never-before-heard details about the president's relationships with his daughters. but up first this friday, investigating the investigators. more on the inspector general launching a full-scale review into the fbi's handling of hillary clinton's e-mails. so recommending no charges while at the same time calling clinton extremely careless. then the letter in congress in late october about the discovery of new e-mails linked to the case and the conclusions those e-mail shouldn't trigger new action. right now this review kind of a uniting force on capitol hill. >> his statement about whether there was going to be an opening of an investigation or closing of an investigation i don't think was fair, professional or consistent with the policies of the federal burea
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am PST
position of the president elect. he promised the strongest relation was nato and he question fire department the united states would be able to cooperate with putin. >> most important thing is that we recognize the reality of what we deal with putin and we recognize that he is trying to break the north atlantic alliance. >> the nominee for cia director -- was testifying that he believes russia directed efforts to interfere with the united states election and ben carson who is up for secretary of house examining urban development said they believes that the government safety nets important. and that he would never work forgetting rid of any of them without providing an alternative. >>> emotion was high last night at a town hall meeting in ocean view in san francisco. it brought the police and community members together talking about a police shooting last week where a man was wounded. >> a black man. you shot him in his own house. >> there were shouts, many people left the meeting not happy. they warned to see the body camera video for themselv also they argued that the police need
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am PST
of the nominees so far breaking rank with mr. trump on nato, nuclear weapons. and a tweet storm this morning. in one of them, the president-elect says he thinks the nominees are doing a good job and encourages them to be yourself, not to talk about his thoughts but to talk about their own. tracie potts live from washington. thank you. 6:39. some relief to tell you about in the north bay. floodwaters are dramatically receding along the russian. here's what's left of the muddy mess. here's what the same area looked like just a day before. people forced to navigate the roads with kayaks. the russian river is expected to continue dropping several feet today. there you go. that's what i wanted to show you. people in boats. that's not a kayak. but either way. >>> good friday morning. it is is 6:40. sierras this weekend. if you just want to see what 100 plus inches of snow looks like for yourself and test it out with the skis. it is going to be cold of course with the temperatures reaching 33 degrees. a lot of sunshine tomorrow. lows dropping down to 11. if you're like me, we want snow in m
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 9:00am EST
days are over. >> fascinating testimony yesterday by mattis. >> whoa. >> backing up nato. right? >> yeah. i mean, remember he was supposed to be played by harrison ford in a movie. i'm not kidding. you can google it. harrison ford supposed to play "battle for fallujah". >> let's take a listen in case you missed some of what the general said yesterday on the hill. >> do you believe that that world order is now under more strain than it's ever been? >> i think it's under the biggest attack since world war ii, sir, and that's from russia, from terrorist groups and with what china is doing in the south china sea. i think deterrence is critical right now, sir, absolutely. and that requires the strongest military. >> do you think we have the strong enough military today in order to achieve that goal? >> no, sir. >> all right. i guess we'll see if geopolitics rattles the market in any way. hasn't so far, didn't in '16. >> no. mattis is in the military known as someone who felt that the government itself didn't backup the military. so that's a very important point because he often felt
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am PST
thoughts, not mine. i want you to take a look at the differences. >> nato in my opinion is obsolete because it's not covering terrorism. open sow leet for that reason. >> nato, from my perspective, having served once as a nato supreme allied commander is the most successful military alliance probably in modern world history, maybe ever. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> i have no belief and do smot support the idea that muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the united states. >> you have so many countries already, china, pakistan, you have so many countries, russia, you have so many countries right now that have them. now wouldn't you rather in a certain sense have japan have nuclear weapons when north korea has nuclear weapons? >> we just simply cannot back away from our commitment to see a reduction in the number of the weapons on the planet. >> another one came in today. this wikileaks is like a treasure-trove. >
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 4:00am PST
. he promised the strongest possible relation was nato and he requested if the united states would be able to cooperate with putin. >> most important thing is that we recognize the reality of what we deal with mr. putin and we recognize that he is trying to break the north atlantic alliance. >> the nominee for cia director testified that he believes russia directed efforts to interfere with the united states election. ben carson who is up for secretary of housing said that he believes government safety nets important and that he would never work forgetting rid of any them without providing an alternative. >>> later today the house of representatives votes on the measure that is a first step toward repealing the affordable care act. the house is expected to pass a budget resolution approved yesterday by the senate that lays the ground work for repealing the president's signature health reform law. however a growing number of republicans say that they only want to repeal the affordable care act when they have a replacement plan in place. >>> the president is ending the longstanding unit
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 7:00am EST
ambassador to greece and nato. thanks for being with us. and let's start with those economic data and what kind of pressure they put on both the chinese government on the one hand and on the incoming trump administration on the other. nick: you heard president-elect trump has made china a particular focus not just during the campaign but during the transition and even during this week when several of his cabinet nominees have been testifying for confirmation, you heard from rex tillerson, some very pointed criticism of china and the administration that's coming in is clearly pointing towards a tough-minded policy, they wanted to send very tough messages on trade, on currency manipulation but also on south china sea. a lot of people are wondering can they back that up because the more immediate challenge is the administration appears to be on russia. they'll have to decide how they sequence what we come in china as well as russia. david: pause on that currency manipulation point. because we talked to kellyanne conway and asked if he'd follow through on his commitment to declare china a mani
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:12am PST
will take part in an extensive multi-national nato exercises all summer. this amounts to the first build-up of troops on the european soil since the cold war and the russians clearly don't like it. peskov singled out comments that two years ago it was illegal. he did end on a conciliatory note saying that donald trump's call for dialogue was a hopeful sign. certainly they mentioned the kremlin's denial that they have no material that they could use to blackmail donald trump. but what is taking up equal space in the media landscape today is donald trump's chaotic press conference yesterday. his dust-up with some members of the media. and also barack obama's good-bye speech. you can see the big photograph on the front page today of president obama, wiping away a tear. >> it turns out that the volkswagen was not the only automaker using software to get around the pollution control. >> reporter: the cheating allegedly spans three years and includes more than 100,000 vehicles. the environmental protection agency says that diesel engine grand cherokee and ram model pickups from 2014 and
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am EST
, that we would eventually get to a place like baltics where violation of the nato treaty, that we would have to respond to military encouragement for battle i couldn't say we would have a conflict most of us believe would be avoided i think that is what we're really talking about. maria: what if he gets into office soon into it roll backing sanctions against russia? could you see that happening let's not forget rex tillerson said he didn't think sanctions were back in the day he had done a big deal in russia then obviously russia went bioukraine u.s., instituted sanctions, he had to roll back, and take all his business out. that was a big disappointment, what is your take on sanctions against russia right now? well, first of all, sanctions had impact on the iranians they have had very dill impact on putin, he has taken considerably aggressive assertive action despite sanctions so blown them off two conclusions one sanctions don't impact putin very much, two, the sanctions are not tough enough, listen, in that testimony that tillerson provided, most of the surprise i think of the s
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 3:00am PST
that we can pull off a shelf and lead. he's leaving a lot of open spaces and it's so support nato and oppose the soviet union and now russia. that's what they're going to do. that's what they're trained to do. that's what is going to happen over and over again unless he creates an incredibly powerful white house apparatus to crack down on every statement and every new policy that comes out of the pentagon or state department that hasn't been approved by the oval office and i don't get the feeling that he's getting ready to put together that structure. we going to see a lot of confusion. >> thank you. >> guess what is back in the news. hillary clinton's e-mails but before you roll your eyes out there from the left, this time you may like the story. the justice department and the fbi are under investigation over their handling of clinton's e-mail case. were there investigations politically motivated? we're going to take a closer look. next. per roll bounty is more absorbent, so the roll can last 50% longer than the leading ordinary brand. so you get more "life" per roll. bounty, the qui
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00am PST
intelligence community. >> the 28 countries of nato, many of them aren't paying their fair share. we are defending them and we should be at least paying them what we are supposed to be paying. >> if we did not have nato today we would need to create it? >> the commitment is invaluable and the u.s. is going to behind that commitment. >> they called about taking away lethal weapons to ukraine to defend themselves. >> i have my own idea. the people of crimea from what i've heard would rather be with russia than where they are. >> i would recommend ukraine put them on that eastern border and provide that asset with defensive weapons that are necessary just to defend themselves. announce that the u.s. is going to provide them intelligence and either nato or u.s. will provide air surveillance over that border. >> wouldn't you rather, in a certain sense, have japan have nuclear weapons when north korea has nuclear weapons? and they do have them. >> we simply cannot back away from our system for the reduction to see these weapons on the planet. >> seems like a lot of daylight between them and th
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am EST
to break up nato. ben carson told lawmakers that his experience and credentials allow him to understand the needs of our country's most as a vulnerable. >>> let's turn to david murphy, you're saying the word "snow." >> reporter: yes, but for now we're dry with showers pushing off the coast. storm tracker 6 live showing us breaks in the clouds across the region. we're looking at a decent starting point to the day with a lot of the breaks in the clouds over the commodore barry bridge. all right, let's get you to the numbers. in philadelphia, this is a little misleading. 53 degrees was the number at the top of the hour. 36 minutes ago, now i think we're probably below 50. the north/northwest windy is picking up, 13 miles per hour at the latest check. that's drawing in cooler air as we continue to settle in as we go through the day. there's the breaks in the clouds, satellite mimicking what you saw on sky6 live hd. here comes the numbers, 46 by 8:00 a.m. 44 by 10:00 a.m. 46 by noon. daytime high of 48 probably hits early today, 1:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m. in all likelihood. back to 46 a
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:30am EST
that wants to break up nato. former trump rival ben carson said his credentials allow him to understand the needs of the county's most vulnerable. >>> new boeing tankers will breathe new life into joint base mcguire addiction lakehurst -- dix, lakehurst beat out other bases. >>> i made the bus terminal was in involved in a raging fire, i said delaware, it's detroit. >> reporter: we're starting out mild, a few sprinkles off the coast, most of the roads dry, taking a look outside, sky6 live hd we are looking at the platt bridge. dry here, traffic is moving pretty well. we'll need our shades because we'll have sunshine up over the horizon. here's the temperature, 56 degrees, that's not going do hold very longer him we have a winds out west coming in from the west northwest bringing cooler air into play. we'll see winds build a little bit stronger than that in the northern and western suburbs. those winds are on the way into the rest of the region along with cooler air that will be coming into our neck of the woods. a couple of showers overnight are gone. it will be getting chill
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2017 5:18am EST
diplomacy at tufts university. he served as commander of southern and european commands and nato supreme commander europe. admiral staverede cyst is the chair of the board of directors of u.s. naval institute. frederick kemp, my fellow ute. frederick kemp has served since 2007 as president and chief executive of the atlantic council overseeing the expansion of its scope of work. he was an award-winning journalist at the "wall street journal," covered the collapse of communism in europe and served as editor of the "wall street journal" europe based in brussels. and senator tom cotton. he has served as a republican senator from arkansas since 2015. his committee assignments include the select committee on intelligence and the armed services committee. after graduating from harvard law school senator cotton left a legal career following the september 11th, 2001 attacks to serve as an army infantry officer including service in afghanistan and iraq. welcome to you all. our topic this morning is very simple. i have a very easy job because i have four very smart people here. and they have a lot
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00am PST
' fears about the president-elect pulling the plug on nato support and iran nuclear deals. >> do you think this is a terrible deal? >> it's not a deal i would have signed. i think it is an imperfect arms control agreement, it's not a friendship treaty, but when america gives her word, we have to live up to it and work with our allies. i can tell you that my view of putin is that he has chosen to be both a strategic competitor to the chairman's opening statement and an adversary in key areas that i certainly go along with the president-elect saying he wants to have an engagement there, even in our worst years of the cold war we actually still engaged with the soviet union, for example. and i am very modest in expectations about areas of cooperation with mr. putin. senator, if we did not have nato today, we would need to create it. nato is vital to our national interest. and it's vital to the security of the united states. it's vital to the attention and freedoms of the democracy's that we're alined with. >> meanwhile, senator lindsey graham trying to put the general on the spot with a
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 5:00am EST
reassure nato allies conc russia. russia. >>> also this morning, aso thimn massachusetts judge denying exxon mobil's request for ann order exempting from handing over the documents on its views on climate change. prosecutors are investigatingesi whether exxon knowingly misledle its shareholders and the a public as to what it knew k about climate change.abou now the company'st spoke persor says exxon is reviewing theng t decision to determine its next steps. >>> next if you, a driver in iy, arizona is being credited withtw saving a trooper's life a man m shot and wounded the trooperroop on a remote highway and thennd started slamming the trooper's head into the pavement.he pavem. the driver says that's whativ was happening when he pulleden over. that's when he shot the personid hun herting the tr sooper to dea and finally let's end with's end this. the owner of the washingtonng post and ceo of amazon ama purchased what will become the e biggest house in the city.e in . the house was the former forme textile museum. jeff besos purchased the name for $23 million. mon those are you
significantly. when it came to general james mattis, those differences came on the area of nato. trump called nato obsolete. mattis wanted a strong relationship with the military alliance. and on the nuclear deal. mattis called it imperfect arms agregreemen agreement. trump promised to tear it up on day one. and where the u.s. embassy will be. mattis recognized tel aviv as the capital of israel. donald trump promised to move the embassy to jerusalem. and going on to mike pompeo. the congress member from kansas for cia. he pledged to not do things like waterboarding or enhanced interrogation techniques. something donald trump would seek to bring back. both men, mattis and pompeo, struck very tougher lines on russia and russia's role in cyber attacks during the u.s. presidential election. >> russia to quote the chairman's opening statement, has chosen to be a strategic competitor. an adversary in key areas. i'm all for engagement, but we have to recognize reality and what russia is up to and there's a decreasing number of areas where we can engage cooperatively. the most important thing is we r
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Jan 13, 2017 1:37am PST
up nato and america must defend itself. >> we can engage cooperative and an increasing number of areas where we have to confront russia. >> reporter: the general's words welcomed by john mccain. >> i appreciate his expressing his candid views to the committee. >> reporter: do you think the president-elect will take his advice? do you hope he takes his advice? >> i'm supposed to answer that? >> reporter: just one floor up testifying at his confirmation hearing for cia director, congressman mike pompeo also drawing a harder line on russia than the president-elect. on the dnc hacking, trump's finally conceded it was russia. >> as far as hacking, i think it was russia. >> reporter: and then he said. >> but it could have been others also. >> reporter: but from pompeo, no hesitation. >> it's pretty clear about what took place there about russian involvement in efforts to hack information and to have an impact on american democracy. >> reporter: some republicans concerned about the conflicting signals coming out of the new administration. >> we live in very dangerous times. the last thi
breton woods institutions, nato, the oas, the universal declaration of human rights. during the cold war, our diplomacy remained in high gear, it made all the difference. successfully containing the communist threat and diluting the perils of an era in which countries had to rely for survival on the concept of mutually assured destruction. in more recent years we've moved tone large the euro-atlantic community, halt ethic cleansing in the balkans, dismantle the most dangerous aspects of iran's nuclear program, forge a global coalition against daesh terrorists, restore relations with cuba, and take unprecedented steps to curb the dangers posed by climate change. obviously, that's just scratching the surface. george cannon compared diplomacy to overseeing his pennsylvania farm, where the woods were constantly growing and fences were falling down and paint peeling and insects burrowing and roofs leaking and harsh weather arriving in defiance of all predictions. the sole certainty was the need for vigilance because nothing ever stood still. this place will be a monument to that maxim. by kee
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Jan 13, 2017 1:00am PST
to break up nato. this is "special report" ." good evening paired welcome to another special two hour edition of "special report." we are coming to live tonight from the villages near orlando, florida. it's a gorgeous night, as you can see here. i am bret baier. we begin tonight with questions and concerns over the incoming trump administration's relationship with and attitude toward russia. a flurry of questions on that topic on capitol hill. today it was defense secretary nominee general james mattis who left little doubt about his feelings towards russia and skepticism that tense relations will change very much. jennifer griffin is at the pentagon tonight with our top story. good evening. >> good evening. the issue of civilian leadership of the military came up briefly today. general james mattis made one thing crystal clear. he sees russia as the number one threat. the statements made by general james mattis stood in contrast to the campaign promises of donald trump who badmouth nato, suggested the u.s. could work with russia, and promised to tariff the iran deal with general
stood in stark contrast from the campaign trail. with general mattis, he talked about nato. he wanted the strongest relationship with nato. trump has disparaged it calling it obsolete. he called the iran deal a bad deal. trump promised to move the embassy to jerusalem. and mike pompeo, we heard about the issue of torture. he was asked about that. he promised not to engage in the activities. you said both of them really struck tough lines on russia and russia's role in the cyber attacks. let's hear from both of them right now. >> russia, to quote the chairman's opening statement has chosen to be a strategic competitor and adversary in key areas. i'm all for engagement, but we have to recognize reality and what russia is up to. there is a deep number of areas where we can engage cooperatively. the most important thing is we recognize the reality of what we deal with with mr. putin and we wrerecognize he is trying to br the north atlantic alliance. >> it is clear what took place in the efforts to hack information and impact on democracy. as we develop the facts, i will relay those
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Jan 13, 2017 3:07am EST
-national nato exercises all through the summer. this amounts to the first build-up of u.s. troops since the cold war and the russians clearly don't like it. peskoh also singled out rex tillerson's comments that the annexation was death. certainly they mention the kremlin's denial that they have no material that they could use to blackmail donald trump, but what is taking up equal space in the media landscape today is donald trump's chaotic press conference yesterday. his dust-up with some members of the media. and also barack obama's good-bye speech, you can see the big photograph on the front page today of president obama wiping away a tear. >> it turns out that volkswagen was not the only automaker using software to get around diesel control for their vehicles. now it's chrysler. >> reporter: the cheating allegedly spanis years, the documents allege that the ram model pickups from 2014, 15 and 16 has illegal levels of greenhouse gases. the epa notified that failing to disclose the software could result in the harmful pollution that we breathe. >> why these are there, what they do, and
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00am PST
to break up nato. this is "special report" ." good evening paired welcome to another special two hour edition of "special report." we are coming to live tonight from the villages near orlando, florida. it's a gorgeous night, as you can see here. i am bret baier. we begin tonight with questions and concerns over the incoming trump administration's relationship with and attitude toward russia. a flurry of questions on that topic on capitol hill. today it
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Jan 13, 2017 3:00am EST
putin accusing him of trying to break up nato and unlike mr. trump, mattis said his expectations for cooperation with russia are modest at best. >> i'm all for engagement, but we also have to recognize reality and what russia is up to. there's a decreasing number of areas where we can engage cooperatively and an increasing number of areas where we're russia. >> and despite trump's skepticism that russian hacking interfered with the election, mike pompeo did not hesitate. he told lawmakers that the hacking was an aggressive action taking by senior leadership inside russia. >> it's pretty clear about what took place, about russian involvement in efforts to hack information and to have an impact on american democracy. >> one more note about defense secretary nominee, the armed services committee in the house and the full senate voted to give mattis a one time exception from the law that prevents former military members from serving as defense secretary unless they've been out of uniform for at least seven years. mattis retired in 2013, less than four years ago. >>> so this was inter
russia, the nato alliance, u.s. intelligence capabilities and military readiness. under current law, general mattis, who retired from the military in 2013, would be ineligible under a seven-year waiting period rule. at the end of the hearing members voted to grant him a waiver to that rule. >> well, good morning. for the information of the members, in about 15 minutes before the last question you will be notified and asked that the committee will immediately proceed to consideration of senate bill 84, which is to provide for an exception to a limitation against appointment of persons as secretary within seven years of relief from active duty as a regular commissioned officer of the armed forces. this bill would authorize retired general james mattis to be appointed as secretary of defense. it is important that we have all members present for the consideration of that bill. --re's about 15 minutes left when there's about 15 minutes left you will be notified, and i hope people will come back to vote on this important issue of the waiver. i would like and recognize two of our distingui
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Jan 13, 2017 2:01am EST
confirmation hearing, defense secretary nominee james mattis answered questions about russia, the nato alliance, u.s. intelligence capabilities and military readiness. under current law, general mattis, who retired from the military in 2013, would be ineligible under a seven-year waiting period rule. at the end of the hearing members voted to grant him a waiver to that rule.
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Jan 12, 2017 11:00pm PST
what the president-elect has said on these same topics. >> nato in my opinion is obsolete, because it's not covering terrorism. obsolete for that reason. >> nato, from my perspective, having served once as a nato supreme allied commander, is the most successful military alliance probably in modern world history, maybe ever. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> i have no belief and do not support the idea that muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the united states. >> you have china, pakistan, you have so many countries, russia, you have so many countries right now that have them. now, wouldn't you rather, in a certain sense have japan have nuclear weapons when north korea has nuclear weapons? >> we cannot back away in our commitment to see a reduction in the number of these planets on the planet. >> this wikileaks is like a treasure trove. >> i've never believed that wikileaks is a credible source of information. >> nicol
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Jan 13, 2017 1:37am EST
secretary said in no uncertain terms that russia is a threat wants to break up nato and we have to confront russia. ben carson told lawmakers that his experience and credentials allow him to understand the needs of the country's most vulnerable. he's up for secretary of housing and development. there is word that rudy giuliani will advise trump on cyber security. he is ceo of a cyber security firm. >> now to a developing story tonight, within the last couple of hours, philadelphia has witnessed an explosion of violence, eight people shot, two dead. "action news" reporter dann cuellar is live at the scene of one of the killings, frankfurt street where a man was murdered in front of his wife. dan? >> that's right, crime scene investigators are investigating the hor itchi horrific killing e streets of frankfurt. police responded to 911 calls of shots fired. they arrived finding a man lying on the sidewalk. he was pronounced dead by paramedics. by witness accounts, the man was simply talking to his wife when he was shot. >> the shooter exited the bar, walked up to the victim and his wi
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Jan 13, 2017 5:45am GMT
break up nato. he called it the biggest threat to the western military alliance since the second world war. the daily telegraph leads with claims that the uk government gave permission to the fbi to speak to the former m16 officer who compiled the unverified dossier on us president—elect donald trump. the ft says america's environmental protection agency has accused the italian—american car manufacturer fiat chrysler of violating pollution laws by installing software which could help vehicles beat diesel emission limits. the guardian financial section carries a warning form the un labour agency that globaljob shortages and inequality is fuelling a rise in social unrest. also, the international labour organisation said that said such levels of discontent could lead to more migration over the next decade. also in the guardian, one of the uk's best known fund manager has likened the current stock market euphoria to the dotcom bubble of the late ‘90s. neil woodford said share prices have been driven up by momentum not by fundamentals. and finally, could taking an innocent selfie give
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Jan 13, 2017 5:30am GMT
threat to russia's national security. more than 3,000 us troops are being deployed along nato's eastern front. the hamas security forces in gaza have broken up a protest by thousands of people demanding an end to chronic power cuts. it was one of the largest unauthorised protests in the territory since the islamist group took power a decade ago. now for the latest financial news with aaron, and world business report. a dodgy situation. dieselgate two? or just a misunderstanding? us watchdogs accuse fiat chrysler over its emissions software. the boss calls it "absolute nonsense." plus, is it a console, ora hand—held? nintendo takes on sony, microsoft and mobile phones with its new hybrid device. but can it convince gamers to switch? welcome to world business report. i'm aaron heslehurst. we will be talking to a tech guru about that latest nintendo gadget in a moment. but first: we start in the us, where car giant, fiat chrysler, is denying it faces its own "dieselgate" scandal, just a day after volkswagen was fined more than $4 billion for cheating emissions tests. the us regul
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